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cleaning up debris and helping residents in a small indiana town that was f of the hardest hit. most of them said they had never seen tornado damage up close. >> taking time off from their spring break to help others predict to help others to really need help. -- to help others who really need help. >> it is that time of year when most of the nation becomes vulnerable to severe storms. for the time being, there are just some light showers moving through our area. we have had a couple of sprinkles but nothing measurable so far, just a trace. you can see the light showers stretches from new england for parts of pennsylvania and western maryland. a couple of showers now going over to the eastern shore. we will have to keep an eye on some of the activity that could be here late tomorrow. it is still unseasonably mild, the high today about 20 degrees warmer than normal -- warmer than normal. look at the record high, scorching 86 degrees on march 12 back in 1990. 4.4 inches of snow on this day in 1968. boston college is 56 late this evening, 62 in new york, 59 with thunderstorms approachin
with this signings but even more excited about the family business. his brother-in-law has the indiana hoosiers and the sweet 16 tonight against kentucky. >> there is a rumor and right be giving a pep talk tonight. you might have heard part of it right now. >> a check now on how the speech is helping the hoosiers. pretty good. it has been a great game. the winner goes to the elite eight on sunday. meyer'sidwest, tom's wolf pack try to keep the cinderella's slipper on. 33-32. ohio and nearly pulled off the upset in overtime. north carolina advances. the orioles went through a game today with sonora -- no arm troubles from the pitcher. about as a good as it gets from spring training. the wind was blowing to the left against the red sox. in the first inning, adam. there is always a measure of good feeling. the bottom of three, you see how the wind helped. just far enough. the orioles hang on to win by 6- 5. a great high school lacrosse match up. these are national rankings. this was a regional game. a packed house as they're trying to get things going. tied at 5. 65 from 5 1/2. the third quarter.
delegates. he hopes he has enough momentum to score his first win in the south. the indiana primary on saturday looms large. romney figures if he can beat santorum there, he will look more like the sure nominee, even if he is short on delegates. steve handelsman, wbal-tv 11 news. >> mitt romney it will be in maryland tomorrow, campaigning in arbutus at the american legion hall. cloaks their to they were getting ready for that town hall meetings which is expected -- folks there were getting ready for that town hall meeting which is expected to start at 3:30 in the afternoon. >> i am a staunch republican. he is the right man for the right job. >> this is the republican town, so he will be well received. >> they are all a bunch of crooks. >> the event is free and open to the public. you do not need a ticket. we will have the latest on wbaltv.com as well as the latest on the entire republican race for the white house. >> baltimore county police are investigating a fight at town house in owings mills involving at least two stabbings and gunfire. happen this afternoon in a residential nei
the recovery process, and indiana mother is sharing an incredible and dracula story of survival today. stephanie decker -- incredible story of survival today. she explains how she used a blanket and her body to shield her two young children in the family's basement. >> went like i had never seen before, and then the glass broke -- wind like had never seen before. as soon as the glass broke, the house started shifting. he was caught -- crying and screaming. i took a blanket and pulled it over my children and tied it in knot. everything started hitting my back. beams, pillars, furniture, everything was just hitting my back. i had my children in the blanket and i was on top of them. i was reaching around holding them, and they were screaming, mommy, i don't want to die. please don't let me die. i said you are not going to die, we are going to make it. >> imagine that courage that mother had. her husband was at work at the time. doctors were unable to save her legs. she lost one leg above the knee and the other above the ankle, but she is grateful to be alive. >> now, your insta-weather f
indiana through tennessee. the hardest hit was the small town of henryville. >> we do not know how many. we do know that we have fatalities. >> entire neighborhoods wiped away, cars tossed into the streets. >> it was huge. i saw it come up and down. there was debris everywhere. it was ugly. >> many students rushed back inside their school for safety. others rushed to the storm shelters of neighbors. >> we got onto the house. the tornado was following us. this woman was so generous to let us stay in her basement. >> shocking. >> shock on the face of those who are trying to remind themselves of what is important. >> we are alive, that is what counts. everything else can be replaced. by rocking chair is fine. >> fine, even of this community is not right now. this say they will begin the long and difficult work of recovery. recovery that will take some time. the region has already seen deadly assaults from mother nature. wbal tv 11:00 news. >> such devastation. >> you saw he had a winter coat? there is a strong cold front. the >> that is what is happening out west. >> exactly. it is still g
states, one of the worst-hit communities is henryville, indiana. 11 news reporter jay gray with this story. >> the night sky is mostly clear across tornado alley tonight. the ground below though is not. the darkness unable to hide the devastation that stretches for miles. the day after cleanup teams stormed the hardest hit areas sifting through debris. all that's left between lives splintered, twisted and crossed for miles. >> tragic, terrible. one minute you're here and the next you're gone. >> a tragedy that left deep, painful scoors at least across a dozen states. >> he was the greatest love of my life. >> sheryl picket's husband ron wasn't supposed to be home when the storms hit. >> he shouldn't have been here. he came home early from work because he didn't feel good and wanted to take a nap. >> he died when a twister ripped apart their home and now sheryl, who had been planning a celebration for their 40th wedding anniversary. >> we were going to have a hell of a party. >> now instead she must prepare for a funeral. across tornado alley for many the only thing left to
states, killing more than 30 people. entire towns are simply gone. jay gray is in indiana tonight with the latest. >> there is an eerie silence that hangs over the emptiness. the quiet that comes with nightfall after a day filled with the sounds of survival. the morning of chain saws. so many sifting through the rubble by hand. >> people from everywhere coming to help. >> searching for anything that may be left of lives shattered by the storm. >> it will get much better faster if everybody does a little bit. >> for more than three dozen families, it cannot get better. their loved ones are not coming back, the grief that now includes a toddler who was found fighting for her life in this field. her mother, debt, and two brothers already dead. today, she also passed away after being pulled from life- support. a grandfather spoke just around big decision. >> we are going to pray. i am going to tell her that it is time for her to meet her mommy. >> it is the kind of hard makes the many must work through now as they prepare for anything but a normal monday here. the message seems a bit
to pick up the pieces come at snow made that task more difficult. the tornadic that swept through indiana brought wynns in excess of 170 miles per hour. -- winds in excess of 170 miles per hour. >> all across the south last friday, severe thunderstorms and tornadoes began springing up everywhere. areas that had already been devastated by tornadoes last year were hit again. in the community of harvest, in north alabama, patricia ryan was working with her church group. >> we were doing work from tornadic that happened 10 months ago. on friday, we're doing our work. we have a large group. we heard the tournedos sirens. -- tournedos sirens. it was frightening because it was our first experience being in those weather conditions. we are all from maryland and west for jenna. -- west virginia. it's to give us a new perspective. it is one thing to work on projects after the event. it is another to be in the midst of an event. and experience what these people lived through. >> after the storm, patricia returned to the homes are broken been working on. many of them had been damaged or destroyed aga
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